Love, Death & Robots: Volume 2 TV review - Aussieboyreviews
IS THE 2ND SEASON OF LOVE, DEATH & ROBOTS PROVIDE MORE COMPELLING STORIES?
This season is honestly more compelling and is better than the first having less episodes, but it’s likely that most will be disappointed. There’s plenty of great stories here for sci-fi fans.
Another group of animated short episodes that span across various genres including science fiction, horror and fantasy.
Creator: Tim Miller
Cast: Michael B. Jordan, Nancy Linari, Emily O’Brien, Joe Dempsie, Ike Amadi, Nolan North, Fred Tatasciore, Peter Franzén, Jennifer Hale
Release Date (Australia): 14 May 2021
Episodes: Automated Customer Service / Ice / Pop Squad / Snow in the Desert / The Tall Grass / All Through the House / Life Hutch / The Drowned Giant
Genre: Sci-Fi, Animation
CONTENT GUIDE (WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)
The series features frequent sequences including horror themes, science fiction themes, fantasy elements and threat.
There are animated depictions of bloody sprays and detail as a result of shooting and brief stabbing violence. These scenes are sometimes in a fantasy or horror context.
Use of the words “s**t”, “bastard” and “f**k”.
The series features infrequent and brief depiction of a giant man’s genitals.
There is a moderate visual reference to sexual intercourse.
Aussie boy's thoughts
Despite the second volume of Love, Death & Robots being frequently slow, there are less episodes featuring much more compelling stories than in the first season. This volume is still unlikeable, but a lot better than the first dull volume for sci-fi-animation lovers.
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